Book columnist Anna Solomon PZ ’23 praises Ocean Vuong’s “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous” for its regeneration of language.
Academic writing is plagued by inaccessible language and jargon that raises up walls around academia, says Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
Speaking multiple languages opens doors to new experiences across the world and should be a requirement of education.
Some Americans today look to European-style government as the solution to our domestic challenges. But adopting aspects of their education system, specifically their focus
Things that make my skin crawl: nails on a chalkboard, loud gum-chewing, and hearing someone say “less” when they really should have said “fewer.”
Renovations for Pomona College’s Oldenborg Center, a 5C language hall, dining hall, and academic administrative office is in the works, with demolition of the
CW: Discussion of mental health issues, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder “My final exam grade has me depressed.” “This movie is seriously giving me anxiety